Articles tagged Peter Arundell

Page 22 of October 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, October 1963

Tourist Trophy

Ferrari's fourth successive victory Entries for the R.A.C.'s Tourist Trophy, organised by the B.A.R.C on the 2.4-mile (3.86-kilometre) Goodwood circuit, on Saturday, August 24th, were as well up to the expectations of a race that has now lost much of its colour and importance with the passing of time. Ferrari were represented by two 250 GTO cars for Mike Parkes and Graham Hill from the John...

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Bob Anderson: The call that never came

One of the last true privateers, Bob Anderson never received the recognition from the works teams he craved —and his efforts probably deserved. Adam Cooper explains On the face of it, Bob Anderson's third place in the 1964 Austrian GP was not very special. He finished three laps behind winner Lorenzo Bandini, and only a handful of others survived the two-hour grind around the bland but bumpy...

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The trend of Formula Junior

At the end of this season Formula Junior comes to an end, to be replaced by Formula Two and Formula Three. Has the formula been a success? As a training ground for drivers wishing to step into Formula One it has undoubtedly been an unqualified success but as a cheap formula designed for production car parts it has been a failure. Originally started in 1958 in Italy as a National affair it quickly...

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49th French Grand Prix

Clark and Lotus again Reims, France, June 30th. This year the French Grand Prix returned to the Reims-Gueux circuit in the Champagne country, after a brief sojourn at Rouen. To say that the 49th French Grand Prix was a bit of a shambles would be putting it mildly. On some counts this was due to circumstances beyond the control of the Automobile Club du Champagne, on others it was directly their...

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The Tulip Rally

So far this year. the major International rallies held in Europe have been rather frustrating for the Ford France team. Last year—1963—saw a steady increase in confidence which started with a very near-miss on the Monte Carlo Rally when Bo Ljungfeldt all but won it (he lost 31 minutes on the road replacing a burnt-out clutch), and progressed through successes in French Internationals such as the...



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